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|Do You Want To Be A Senior Member of IEEE?|
If you are interested in becoming a Senior Member of IEEE the Winston-Salem Section can help you.
What are the benefits of being an IEEE Senior Member?
· The professional recognition of your peers for technical and professional excellence.
· An attractive fine wood and bronze engraved Senior Member plaque to proudly display.
· Up to $25.00 gift certificate toward one new Society membership.
· A letter of commendation to your employer on the achievement of Senior member grade (upon the request of the newly elected Senior Member.)
· Announcement of elevation in Section/Society and/or local newsletters, newspapers and notices.
· Eligibility to hold executive IEEE volunteer positions.
· Can serve as Reference for Senior Member applicants.
· Invited to be on the panel to review Senior Member applications
What are the requirements for Senior Membership?
IEEE Bylaw I-105.3 sets forth the criteria for elevation to Senior Member Grade, as follows:
"… a candidate shall be an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive or originator in IEEE-designated fields. The candidate shall have been in professional practice for at least ten years and shall have shown significant performance over a period of at least five of those years."
It is a lot easier to meet these requirements than you might think.
If you will send me your resume which includes your educational and professional experience, I will evaluate it and tell you if I feel you meet the requirements. If in my opinion you meet the criteria, I will nominate you on behalf of the Winston-Salem Section, help you fill out the required forms, and provide the required Senior Member references.
or contact me:
For more information on the Senior Member Program see:
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